The Portland Trail Blazers have done a fairly good job in fending off any and all interest in Damian Lillard. They're also doing all they can to make their superstar happy, but I'm not entirely sure if their latest transaction is going to get Dame all excited.

According to NBA insider Shams Charania of The Athletic, 6-foot-9 power forward Marquese Chriss has agreed to terms with the Blazers on a new deal:

This isn't the most exciting news for Blazers fans, who were probably expecting a bigger name to arrive in Portland. The good news for them is that the offseason isn't over just yet, and the Blazers can still make a splash in the market as they look to get some much-needed help for Damian Lillard.

For his part, Chriss spent the last two seasons playing alongside Stephen Curry with the Golden State Warriors. The 24-year-old did not get much action, though, with Chriss logging a grand total of just two appearances for the Dubs last season.

The Warriors traded Chriss to the San Antonio Spurs last March, but Gregg Popovich and Co. decided to waive him shortly after. The former eighth overall pick has been without a team since, so this recent development with the Blazers is definitely a step in the right direction for Chriss.

As Shams notes above, however, Chriss' deal with Portland is non-guaranteed. He will need to prove his worth to his new team as he looks to earn a spot in new head coach Chauncey Billups' rotation.